Kingdom Hearts 2, The Sequel Done Right.
It’s refreshing to say that fans of Kingdom Hearts were finally rewarded for their patience with a game that is a worthy successor to the original. It’s not a secret that more often than not sequels don’t live to be as good as the originals. The new Kingdom Hearts epic picks up right where the original game left off and takes you back on the road in search of Sora’s lost friends and Mickey Mouse, the King. In the beginning of the game we are introduced to Roxas and his friends who are spending together their summer vacation. Unwillingly Roxas is caught up in the string of strange events which are happening around him. His unexplainable connection to Sora bothers him and eventually leads him to a very interesting discovery.
When Sora is back we are reunited with Goofy and Donald and follow these three lovable characters on their journey once again. With Rikku and Kairi still missing Sora’s work is all cut out for him and his friends. We also find out that he has a lot of catching up to do with the recent events as he has been away for a while. There are still plenty of key holes for our hero to discover so that the heartless could not find their way back into the world. On this new journey we meet some of our old friends again.
We meet again with Beast and Bell, Maleficent, Merlin, Queen Minnie and many more. Aside from the familiar faces, however, we get introduced to some new ones. Various Disney old cartoon characters appear in this game, creating a nostalgic feeling in the older group of players. Infamous pirates of the Caribbean join the villains. Chicken Little joins our friends in their battle of evil forces. New variations of the heartless are to be encountered as well. Even though this game is the continuation of the old one, there is no repetition here. The adventures Sora and his friends take up on are new and no less exciting than the original ones. Sora is a little different now, he grew, became more hands on with the keyblade. The battle tactics have changed a little bit too.
Reaction commands have been introduce, which demand precision and correct timing, but are not too hard to master. Some time based quests have been added to help Sora and his friends get along on their journey. The new worlds added are as exciting as the old ones and offer hours of fun filled game play. The gummy ship is back as well! Now it’s rebuilt and equipped with more designs. It can even be custom designed with various different options added onto the game. Kingdom Hearts II is definitely a game to try for gamers of all ages. It guarantees fast paced play with loads of fun to be head while advancing Sora on his difficult and very important journey.
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